1Lhereicome (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Gonzaga University F graph Accepted W $66,000 01/24/18 01/25/18 01/26/18 02/08/18 11 days
University of Cincinnati F graph Accepted W $30,000 01/18/18 01/19/18 01/24/18 02/07/18 11 days
Belmont University College of Law F graph Accepted W $41,300 01/31/18 02/01/18 02/01/18 02/14/18 11 days
University of Denver graph Accepted W 01/16/18 01/17/18 01/30/18 03/02/18 11 days
Stetson University F graph Accepted W $18,000 02/19/18 02/20/18 02/27/18 03/06/18 11 days
University of Oklahoma graph Accepted A 04/25/18 -- 04/25/18 05/10/18 11 days
University of South Carolina graph Waitlisted 02/12/18 02/13/18 02/13/18 -- 11 days
University of Missouri Columbia F graph Waitlisted 02/22/18 02/23/18 02/23/18 03/12/18 2 months

Applicant Information

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4.0
North Dakota State
Criminal Justice
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

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North Dakota
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Female
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

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ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Graduated NDSU in May of 2017. Took an off-year in between undergrad and law school to work full-time as a legal assistant in a law firm setting.

Accepted to U of Cincinnati on 2/7/18 via email. Received admissions packet on 2/15/18 via U.S. mail with a $30,000 scholarship ($10,000 per year).

Accepted to Gonzaga on 2/8/18 via U.S. Mail with a $66,000 scholarship ($22,000 per year).

Accepted to Belmont University on 2/13/18 via E-Mail. Received E-mail on 2/26/18 stating I received a 33% of tuition scholarship based upon maintaining a cumulative grade point average that ranks in the top-half the class. I did the math that a 33% tuition scholarship would equal to about $41,300 over the course of 3 years/ $13,800 per year.

Accepted to Denver via E-mail on 3/2/18. No scholarship.

Accepted to Stetson Law via E-mail on 3/6/18 with scholarship offer of $18,000 ($6,000 per year) based upon maintaining a 2.25 GPA.

Visitor Comments

  • Belmont Scholar
  • Wednesday, February 21 2018 at 04:19 PM

I was accepted to Belmont last week as well. Did they tell you that they were sending you scholarship information?

- lawapplicant1234
  • Monday, February 26 2018 at 09:16 PM

@lawapplicant1234 I actually received my admissions packet in the mail and all that came was the admissions letter that they emailed me stating I was accepted. Today (almost 2 weeks later after receiving my acceptance letter), I just received an email stating I got a 33% of tuition scholarship based upon a cumulative grade point average in the top half of the class.

- 1Lhereicome

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